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cougarrand
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wiring harnes

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Post by cougarrand » 11 Feb 2019, 11:00

I am replacing the underdash wiring harness on my 67 XR7 just wondering where the holes are for locking the harness to the body? There are two of the locking clips, one about center and the other by the glove box. I think I know where the one near the glove box.
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67 XR7 GT 390 4V
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68 XR7-G 302 2V
70 XR7 Convt 351 2V
70 Eliminator 351 4V 4 speed

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Post by Blitz » 11 Feb 2019, 12:34

There are a couple of rectangular brackets built into the under dash structure. Your plastic clips push in to the round holes on them. You can see them in this pic. I think they both get used, if I remember right.

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Post by cougarrand » 11 Feb 2019, 13:20

Thank You Andrew
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67 XR7 GT 390 4V
68 390 X code XR7
68 XR7-G 302 2V
70 XR7 Convt 351 2V
70 Eliminator 351 4V 4 speed

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Post by cougarrand » Yesterday, 12:30

I have one more question on my harness. I have 3 wires that I yet to fugure out. Two wires that go to the blower motor, I have a male and female wire comming out of the blower motor. And the two wires that should connect are both female. also a ground wire connected to the brace next to sterring column. Again this is on a 67XR7
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Randy Feuillerat
67 XR7 GT 390 4V
68 390 X code XR7
68 XR7-G 302 2V
70 XR7 Convt 351 2V
70 Eliminator 351 4V 4 speed

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Post by cougarrand » Yesterday, 12:38

One more photo
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67 XR7 GT 390 4V
68 390 X code XR7
68 XR7-G 302 2V
70 XR7 Convt 351 2V
70 Eliminator 351 4V 4 speed

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Post by Midlife » Yesterday, 19:20

The brown wire from the underdash is not used in AC vehicles, IIRC.

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Post by cougarrand » Today, 06:01

Wow Thanks
Randy Feuillerat
67 XR7 GT 390 4V
68 390 X code XR7
68 XR7-G 302 2V
70 XR7 Convt 351 2V
70 Eliminator 351 4V 4 speed

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